Tanzania is set to sign a 400 megawatts power purchase agreement with Ethiopia which will cater to the country’s and region’s power needs in the next 25 years. The signing will be preceded by a meeting of 10 member states who form the Eastern Africa Power Pool. These states are Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda, Ethiopia, Egypt, Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Eritrea and Tanzania.
"The Eastern Africa Power Pool has attained a new development as Tanzania works on the final details before signing the power transmission agreement with Ethiopia," said Felchesmi Mramba, Managing Director of state-owned Tanzania Electric Supply Company.
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